This is a space-themed typing practice game for kids which contains periodic capital letters, apostrophes, and some other punctuation.
Spell each word which enters the screen. The word you are currently typing is shown in white in the lower left corner of the sceen
If you make a spelling error hit the back button and correct the word spelling.
Words move at varying speeds and you do not need to type words in the order they appeared on the screen.
You start the game with 3 heart containers and each word which fully passes through the screen and exits the other side costs you a heart container.
Play Type Furious Typing Practice Game Online
You can play this space themed typing practice game for children online by clicking in the window below.
Alternatively you can play this game as a web application here.
Type Furious Keyboard Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Spell each word which enters the screen from the left side before it reaches the right edge of the screen.
Starting the Game
The welcome screen has a “Play game” button to start the game and an instructions button. Click the “Play game” button to start the game.
Your word count and level are shown at the top of the screen.
Use the letter keys on your keyboard to type each word.
The word you are currently spelling is shown in the lower left corner in white letters.
If you make a spelling error click the backspace button on your keyboard to remove a single letter or click escape to delete the entire word, then finish spelling the word correctly.
You begin the game with 3 heart containers.
Each word which makes it across the screen costs you a heart container.
You do not need to type words in the order they appeared on the screen. Generally in most cases it makes sense to type out words further into the screen first, though if a fast moving word enters the screen you can still type it prior to other words which entered earlier.
If you are early in the game and struggle with a particular punctuation and the level is full of words it can make sense to focus on the other words.
If there are not many words and you have no trouble keeping up with the pace it can make sense to do the more difficult words first.
The game starts out slow but speeds up as you advance through rounds.
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This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
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4 comments on "Type Furious: Online Student Typing Practice Game"
Type Furious is a simple, space-themed typing exercise game. Each time a word appears in the blackness of space, type it. You must clear the words before it leaves the screen on the other side. The game ends when three words pass through the other side. Three heart containers outline your remaining chances to type. As the game progresses, so does the speed and volume of the words that pass by.
This typing game does have a correction feature. Use backspace to erase the last word and the escape key to start all over again. You needn’t process the words in order, but it’s often easier that way. Remember, this game also includes proper nouns and punctuation. Be mindful of proper capitalization. Also, if you play in Firefox, turn off the quick find hotkey, which uses the apostrophe. It’ll save you a lot of frustration.